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PEOPLE who love Indian jokes will be happy that one of the most exciting comedy productions is back in Johannesburg.
Gautengers can't get enough of ThoseIndian Guys, who are back at Gold Reef City casino's Globe Theatre from January 29 to January 31 and February 4 to 7. This follows their successful set of shows at the venue last year.
The zany comedy, about two crazy Indians and their misadventures will bring tears of laughter to your eyes. Performed by comedians Kaseran Pillay and Sans Moonsamy, Those Indian Guys is a fast-paced South African show that blends a series of side-splitting skits into a tale packed with action, humour and romance.
Pillay and Moonsamy use a selection of costumes, an innovative set and their talent for physical comedy to transform into a number of loveably loony characters. The show covers a range of comedic styles from crazy song and dance routines through to hilarious parodies and witty sketch comedy.
The show was written and conceived by Pillay and Moonsamy, two versatile performers who pooled their comic talents for the first time when they appeared at the Globe Theatre last year.
Pillay is a popular stand-up comedian. Moonsamy is a comic actor, who was most recently seen in Guys & Dolls and Jamaican Jam .
Tickets are going for R100 at Computicket.